With his cultured dynamic voice and million dollar smile, Paul Khoury is recognised for conveying his passion for coffee and poker to television audiences around the world.
Paul made his debut in radio with FOX FM as a voiceover artist, working closely with Creative Director Andrew Sidwell. He was chosen to record the station's idents, culminating in TODAY FM'S HOT.30.COM with Kyle and Jackie O along with announcing, many voiceovers and hosting instores and live events for major record labels.
Paul won Cleo Bachelor of The Year in 2002 which assisted his jump from radio onto a larger stage. He has worked special events for television including Miss World Australia for the Seven Network, major charity balls and galas, Postcards 'Trip of a Lifetime' for the Nine Network, and numerous celebrity club appearances and launches.
His voice was his ticket to working with television legend Bert Newton as his voiceover and sidekick on Nine's Family Feud.
He left the show to take up an international project for cable television, hosting The Coffee Lovers’ Guide to Italy before being cast as the lead villain in the 400th episode of Blue Healers: 'Thicker Than Water'.
His passion for poker and credibility as a tournament player also lead to a successful partnership with Clinton Grybas on Fox 8's Celebrity Poker Challenge. Since then Paul has become the leading commentator in the international poker arena working with 441 productions in New York City for The Asia Pacific Poker Tour, the first of its kind in the region and currently shown around the globe on ESPN.
Client Comments for Paul Khoury
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- You did a sensational job for us. We'd have you work on any of our gigs in a flash.
Out There Productions
- Paul was great to work with on site – very friendly and easy going and accommodated all requests that were made of him during the two day event.
"Sandra and Lauren were fantastic and very accommodating to our requests. They offered great advice and responded very quickly to all my questions."
International College of Management - Sydney
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